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The Economic Times  Apr 26  Comment 
Reverses on bets taken on infra and construction sectors had led to a loss of Rs 275 crore in the previous fiscal, where it had to write-off loans and make heavy provisions.
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 8  Comment 
5asec, the French dry-cleaning brand, has proposed to open 15 centres in various parts of the country by 2018.Suresh Bhatia, Managing Director, SB Fabcare, the master franchise of 5asec, said that 95 ...
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 15  Comment 
Here is some good news for savings bank depositors. They will earn slightly better returns on their savings bank (SB) deposits as the Reserve Bank of India has mandated that banks should credit int...
The Economic Times  Mar 14  Comment 
The quarterly payout of interest to depositors, instead of half-yearly, could leave the banking system poorer as they in aggregate have to pay Rs 500 crore as additional interest.
Forbes  Mar 9  Comment 
A bill (SB 2923) is before the Hawaiian Legislature that would require citizens to pay all taxes, interest, and penalties before they appeal assessments. The prepayment requirement would apply only to assessments exceeding $50,000. The sponsors...
New York Times  Feb 22  Comment 
Jeff Arnold wrote a piece many saw as sympathetic to Daniel Holtzclaw, who was convicted of sexual assaulting women while on duty as a police officer.
New York Times  Feb 19  Comment 
The sports website said a long article about Daniel Holtzclaw, a former police officer convicted in a series of rapes, was “a complete failure.”




 
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Safe Bulkers, Inc. (Safe Bulkers) is an international provider of marine dry bulk transportation services, transporting bulk cargoes, particularly coal, grain and iron ore, along global shipping routes for some of the global consumers of marine dry bulk transportation services. As of January 31, 2010, the Company had a fleet of 13 dry bulk vessels, with an aggregate carrying capacity of 1,077,900 deadweight tons (dwt) and an average age of 3.6 years. The fleet consisted of fourPanamax vessels, three Kamsarmax vessels and six Post-Panamax class vessels. The Company’s subsidiaries include Efragel Shipping Corporation, Marindou Shipping Corporation, Avstes Shipping Corporation, Kerasies Shipping Corporation, Marathassa Shipping Corporation, Pemer Shipping Ltd., Petra Shipping Ltd., Pelea Shipping Ltd., Staloudi Shipping Corporation, Marinouki Shipping Corporation, Soffive Shipping Corporation, Eniaprohi Shipping Corporation and Eniadefhi Shipping Corporation.

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